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G Systems Promotes Mark Krause to Chief Executive Officer

Dallas, Texas – G Systems, an internationally recognized aerospace and defense systems integrator, promotes experienced executive Mark Krause in a planned leadership transition to Chief Executive Officer (CEO), effective January 1, 2024.   Mark Krause, a proven organizational growth and corporate strategy leader, succeeds Lynda Harrell, who has served as CEO of G Systems since she founded the […]

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G Systems Moves to New Location in Irving, Texas to Position for Future Growth

G Systems is excited to announce that we relocated to a new larger facility in Irving, Texas. This move nearly tripled our production space, enabling us to expand our capacity and increase efficiencies in our production processes. Our upgraded infrastructure provides the necessary resources to meet quicker deadlines and deliver systems efficiently, while continuing to focus

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G Systems Awarded 19th Contract by U.S. Navy

RICHARDSON, Texas, March 23, 2021 – G Systems, Inc. was awarded a contract from the Navy Surface Warfare Center to procure, fabricate, assemble, test and deliver the Vertical Launching System (VLS) Combined Missile Test Set (CMTS) MK 680 MOD 3. This firm fixed price contract was awarded in February of this year and has a value of

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LabVIEW Live Recap: Effectively Leveraging SystemLink APIs and Tools

Our June 17 LabVIEW Live was another great success. The event started with a sneak peek by Mark Black, Principal Product Owner at NI, of some new features coming in SystemLink and was followed with a presentation by Omar Mussa, Avionics Lead Test Engineer at Virgin Orbit, and James Duvall, Senior Project Engineer at G Systems, on real-world examples

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Developing a Custom Life Cycle Test Platform for Recaro Aircraft Seating

To ensure the functionality and safety of its aircraft seats, Recaro Aircraft Seating, a leading global aircraft seat manufacturer, needs to perform numerous life cycle tests. Each life cycle test requires specific setup conditions and various instruments and actuators to simulate a lifetime of wear and tear inflicted on aircraft seats.  Initially, Recaro outsourced its

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Developing a Portable, Rugged Natural Gas Compressor Tester

In the natural gas pipeline industry, testing compressor efficiency is essential. With the data collected from this testing, engineers can determine how engines at various sites need to be adjusted to maximize efficiency. Because the data acquisition (DAQ) systems used to gather this data are expensive to develop, our customer was frequently shipping a single

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Ensuring Reliable Connections in Your High-Channel-Count Systems

When investing in the development of automated test equipment (ATE), you want to be sure you are not creating a system that is difficult to modify as changes to your test requirements or devices under test (DUTs) occur. Thus, it is wise to develop a system using a common core approach that is flexible, easy

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System-Level Configuration Management for High-Channel-Count Test Systems

When it comes to high-channel-count systems, configuration management needs to be approached at a high level across the whole architecture of the system. The need for a user-friendly and organized configuration management interface is just as important as developing the software to run the tests and view results. Managing channel information along with all the various

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Preserving Signal Integrity Through High-Quality Measurements and Signal Conditioning

Often, the act of performing a measurement on a signal can alter the signal. For example, your measurement instrument could cause extra current to flow between the device under test (DUT) and measurement tool, resulting in a signal that is slightly different than the original output. Sometimes a slight change in a signal is fine. But other

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